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Age group confounds relationship between ambulatory and workplace BP By Eleanor McDermid.

Age group confounds relationship between ambulatory and workplace BP By Eleanor McDermid, Senior medwireNews Reporter The partnership between ambulatory and workplace blood circulation pressure varies with age, with the probability of white-layer hypertension increasing as people get older, a study shows. Conversely, masked hypertension was much more common among younger patients, in men especially, report David Conen and research co-authors http://www.cialiscanada.info/about.html . Related StoriesNew UCLA research looks at primary care medical house in reducing childrens' repeat visits to hospitalsGlan Clwyd Hospital N Wales invest in Esaote's G-Scan MRI unit for weight-bearing scanningChildren's Memorial Hermann Hospital offers Halloween safety tipsOffice BP and ambulatory BP both rose with older age, but office BP rose faster.